For a little more than Chromecast, the PLAiR 2 streams virtually any Android app, be it a video, game or music to your HDTV.
Finally, a simple way to beam virtually any online video from a laptop, tablet or smartphone over to the big screen.
Redbox has a new video streaming app, but it won't work if your iOS device is jailbroken.
Attempting to catch up with Hulu Plus' and Netflix's streaming services, Amazon Prime Instant Video, a video streaming service, boasts that it has "more than 17,000 movies and television shows." This is technically true, but the everyday consumer might see it a little differently.
Get ready to watch the Super Bowl in a whole new way. For the very first time in history, the Super Bowl will be streamed online and to Verizon smartphones in HD. Why watch teams toss the pigskin around on the Internet instead of on the huge plasma? The additional content you get.
If you can't beat 'em, join throw tons of money in their face until they relent from drowning in all that cash. Word on the street is that Verizon really wants to buy Netflix; instantly adding 23 million customers to its market share. A buyout would be one hell of an entrance into the video streaming biz for Verizon.
Although most major airlines do have in-flight screens showing a handful of movies, passengers don't have the flexibility to watch what they want on their own devices. Enter American Airline's plans to offer in-flight video streaming your smartphone, tablet or computer via Wi-Fi.
Apple fanboys love to one up Android owners by pulling the old "We have more apps than you" line all time. iPhone owners have been enjoying Netflix on their devices since the summer. Netflix for Android was last heard to be "coming soon" in August. It won't arrive until early next year.
Basketball fans, online sports video just hit a new milestone: the NCAA's March Madness national championship college basketball tournament will be streaming in HD this year, and it's all free. If you have the bandwidth — you'll need to be...
Could this be the home theater PC (HTPC) killer? Netgear just placed its upcoming Digital Entertainer Elite network media streamer up for FCC approval, and so far, it looks excellent. Not only can it play a long list of...